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The Sierra Club Guide to the Ancient Forests of the Northeast

Wildlife Guide
By: Bruce S Kershner and Robert T Leverett
276 pages, B/w illus, 12 maps
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Two of the United States foremost experts on eastern old-growth forests reveal that an estimated 2 million acres of ancient forests still thrive throughout the eastern United States, with approximately 400,000 of those acres in the Northeast. The book features 134 sites and the authors offer practical details on where to go, how to get there, and what to see - including recommendations for little-known trails that lead to some of the Northeast's oldest, tallest, and biggest trees.

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Wildlife Guide
By: Bruce S Kershner and Robert T Leverett
276 pages, B/w illus, 12 maps
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